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Mexico

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  • Relatives of missing Mexican students press case in US

    WASHINGTON Family members of the 43 missing Mexican students gathered Tuesday in front of the White House to draw public attention to their plight. Part of the Caravana 43 project traveling to cities around the U.S., their goal was to spotlight...
  • Assailants block Mexican police convoy, kill 15 officers in ambush

    At least 15 police officers were killed in an ambush by presumed drug traffickers in one of Mexico’s largest and most important states, officials reported Tuesday. The prosecutor’s office in Jalisco state confirmed the deadly attack, which...
  • Mexico's Chichen Itza is filled with stunning Mayan-Toltec ruins

    Mexico's Chichen Itza is filled with stunning Mayan-Toltec ruins
    Chichen Itza, on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, is dominated by gray limestone that was cut by hand and moved without any wheels. Once home to 30,000 people, Chichen Itza was the last major city developed by the Mayans and was certainly one of Mexico's...
  • Two bars -- one Mexicano, one 'Chipster' -- show how an L.A. neighborhood is changing

    Two bars -- one Mexicano, one 'Chipster' -- show how an L.A. neighborhood is changing
    The beers pile up in front of the men at the bar in Las Palomas as Los Tigres del Norte's "Somos Mas Americanos" blasts from the jukebox: "They've screamed at me a thousand times to go back to my land." After a day sweating at an auto body shop, Hugo...
  • Pemex begins to restore production at fire-damaged platform

    Mexico's state-run oil company continues to search for three missing workers from a platform fireball that killed four others, while beginning to restore production at the damaged Gulf of Mexico facility, officials said Sunday. Petroleos Mexicanos, or...
  • U.S. officials seek Newport residents' help in preventing drug, human smuggling

    Though California's southern border is more than 100 miles from Newport Beach, U.S. Border Patrol and other Department of Homeland Security officials are seeking the community's help in preventing smuggling of drugs and people from Mexico. Four...
  • LACMA purchases long-lost masterpiece, once kept under a couch

    LACMA purchases long-lost masterpiece, once kept under a couch
    Lots of people have a stray fuzz ball or two kicking around under the sofa, or perhaps a missing sock to match the lonely one at the bottom of the laundry hamper. Christina Jones Janssen had something more valuable under the couch in her Bay Area home...
  • A holiday Mexican bread pudding comes off the secret menu

    A holiday Mexican bread pudding comes off the secret menu
    The title of Arizona poet laureate Alberto Álvaro Ríos’ memoir is "Capirotada," the name of the anything-goes bread pudding from Mexico that typically shows up on menus around Los Angeles during Lent. “Mexican cooking’s version of...
  • Pickers back at work in Baja California, but animosity remains

    Pickers back at work in Baja California, but animosity remains
    The farmworker strike that has crippled Baja California agricultural exports appears to be easing, but labor leaders and industry officials remain at odds and hundreds of protesters on Monday headed to the state capital to keep pressing for higher wages....
  • Hartford Not Only City To Heckle Chappelle, Banana Peel Thrown At Comedian In New Mexico

    Hartford Not Only City To Heckle Chappelle, Banana Peel Thrown At Comedian In New Mexico
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A man tossed a banana peel at Dave Chappelle during a standup show, hitting in the comedian in the leg, police in this northern New Mexico city say. Christian Englander, 30, of Santa Fe, was arrested on suspicion of...
  • Baja labor leaders learned tactics from their efforts in U.S.

    Baja labor leaders learned tactics from their efforts in U.S.
    Before Fidel Sanchez led protest marches this month against growers in Baja California, he fought for higher wages from tomato farmers in Florida. Justino Herrera, who dons an Army fatigue jacket during labor talks, once led a work stoppage against an...